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Nightline #648740

ABC Special for Thursday, Jan 29, 1998

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  • Interview by Ted Koppel (ABC) with Secretary of State Madeleine Albright re: US and UN efforts to get Iraq's Saddam Hussein to comply with UN weapons inspections, and the possibility of a US missile strike against Iraq.
  • Live discussion between Koppel and ABC News Legal Analyst Jeffrey Toobin re: legal issues related to the allegations that Bill Clinton encouraged Monica Lewinsky to lie to independent counsel Kenneth Starr about an alleged sexual relationship between them.
  • Taped segment with John Martin (ABC), former UN weapons inspector David Kay, Chief UN Weapons Inspector Richard Butler, national security analyst Phoebe Marr, John McWethy (ABC), Secretary of State Madeleine Albright, Great Britain Prime Minister Tony Blair, Clinton, Iraq Foreign Minister Mohammed Said al-Sahaf, and former National Security Advisor Anthony Lake.

  • Reporter(s):
    Martin, John
    Duration:
    00:30:00

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